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ECG PARTNERED WITH an approximately 715-bed health system with two acute care hospitals. The system offers a broad range of healthcare services and supports a variety of community
CATHOLIC HEALTH (CHS) provides care to the Western New York region, which has a patient population of nearly 2.8 million.
As more health systems recognize the need to create a more substantial
ambulatory surgery capability, executives should explore ASC joint ventures with employed surgeons.
Our guest on episode 40 of Healthcare Upside Down is Zak Holdsworth, CEO of Hint Health.
Service Line Strategy
Meeting the healthcare needs of women throughout their lives requires a comprehensive, coordinated, and contemporary approach.
Building a successful women’s healthcare service line requires comprehensive and highly evolved core functions that support subspecialties as well as programmatic and clinical needs tailored to the different stages of a woman’s life—from gynecology, obstetrics, and postpartum care to oncology, pain management, breast and bone health, and beyond. Providers and health systems that deliver a consumer-friendly and patient-centric approach are more likely to maintain a connection with women throughout their lives—ultimately becoming the go-to provider for a woman and her entire family.
Achieving the organizational sophistication necessary to fully support female patients requires an equally sophisticated business planning framework. To create and sustain a successful plan, organizations must consider medical workforce planning, facility and technology investments, and service line structure. Each of these planning considerations is multifaceted and includes a variety of elements that have far-reaching implications. A proactive approach, customized to an organization’s unique situation, is the only way to be successful and meet the needs of women.
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Private equity and investment
funding for women’s health totaled $1.3 billion in 2021, underlining a
widespread interest in revolutionizing how, when, and where women receive care.
Our guests on episode 21 of Healthcare Upside Down are Tessa Kerby, Senior Manager at ECG Management Consultants, and Vicki Lucas, PhD, president of Vicki Lucas LLC, Women’s Health Business Consultants.
To honor the women we love, ECG promotes the synergy of women’s health and cardiac health service lines as a way to enhance quality outcomes in these two important areas.
Maternity care is fraught with inconsistencies in costs, outcomes, and experience. With the right design, a value-based model for maternity care involving bundled payment can help address these issues.
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